Tag Archives: barefoot
Belleville TR 102 Mini-Mil Review
As a fan of barefoot shoes (which some people call minimalist footwear), I’m always on the lookout for new footwear. I’ve been looking for proper minimalist boots for years. While Vibram made a pair for a while, they had the standard FiveFingers “toes,” which made them a bit inappropriate for work. Vivo makes some, but I’ve never found a paid in a store. The pairs of Vivo shoes I’ve tried on seemed of questionable quality, so I wasn’t shelling out $175 for boots I hadn’t tried. Then I found a blog post about the Belleville TR 102 boots.
Minimalist Shoes / Barefoot Shoes Review
Following is my comparison and review of three pairs of minimalist shoes / barefoot shoes – the Vibram FiveFingers KSO, New Balance Minimus MT10 and the Zem Ninja Split Toe Lo. If you’re considering purchasing these, or any minimalist footwear, I’d urge you to read on.
Minimalist Running / Barefoot Running Shoes Rock!
I remember how, just a few short years ago, my knees were in really bad shape. Some days I had trouble walking and the pain compromised a good deal of my life. Everything from hiking to gym workouts was less pleasant than it had been years before. I figured I was doomed to a life with knee pain. Then I read an article in Men’s Health about barefoot running.